Table of contents for Don't tread on me : a military history of the United States / H.W. Crocker, III.

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Chapter One: The Gentle Art of Scalping
Chapter Two: Wolfe's Triumph and Pontiac's Rebellion
Chapter Three: "Disperse, Ye Rebels!"
Chapter Four: Forged in Battle: From 1776 to Valley Forge
Chapter Five: The World Turned Upside Down
Chapter Six: The Founders' Foreign Entanglements
Chapter Seven: Madison's Wars
Chapter Eight: The Guns of Old Hickory
Chapter Nine: The Emerging Colossus
Chapter Ten: Military Holiday in Mexico
Chapter Eleven: Wrecking the Furniture
Chapter Twelve: "War Is Cruelty, You Cannot Refine It"
Chapter Thirteen: "War Means Fighting and Fighting Means Killing"
Chapter Fourteen: "For Every Southern Boy . . . It's Still Not Yet Two O'clock on That July Afternoon in 1863. . . ."
Chapter Fifteen:"The Satisfaction That Proceeds from the Consciousness of Duty Faithfully Performed. . . ."
Chapter Sixteen: "But Westward, Look! The Land Is Bright"
Chapter Seventeen: "Half Devil and Half Child"
Chapter Eighteen: "Come on, You Sons of Bitches! Do You Want to Live Forever?"
Chapter Nineteen: A World Made Safe for War
Chapter Twenty: Infamy
Chapter Twenty-One: "The Great Crusade"
Chapter Twenty-Two: "Another Marine Reporting for Duty, Sir. I've Spent My Time in Hell."
Chapter Twenty-Three: "Retreat, Hell-We're Just Attacking in Another Direction."
Chapter Twenty-Four: The Long Twilight Struggle
Chapter Twenty-Five: America Resurgent
Epilogue: "Go Tell the Spartans . . ."
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United States -- History, Military.